Want to know what I think of Sugar Crush?
What Soap and Glory Say
“Super scrub with smashed brown sugar and sweet lime, almond oil and macadamia grains.”
A huge 300ml tub of Soap and Glory Sugar Crush Body Scrub currently retails for £8.00 and is available to purchase on the Boots website and in Boots stores.
Like all Soap and Glory products, Sugar Crush comes beautifully packaged in S+G’s signature pink, girly, packaging. The product is secure and is a joy to look.
I love Sugar Crush. I often enjoy having a good old sniff in the pot as I adore the smell so much. It’s a tangy, creamy lime scent, very refreshing and almost good enough to eat. The scrub itself contains lots of Macadamia Grains which really help to scrub away all those nasty dead skin cells but does so in a much gentler way than other scrubs such as Flake Away for example. Not only does it effectively get rid of dead skin, but it also keeps the skin nice and moisturised, this is probably due to the almond oil that the scrub contains which I’m a big fan of. Another thing I like about Sugar Crush is how a little goes a long way meaning the tub is sure to last me a while and I’m going to get my monies worth from it. The only negative about this scrub is that it doesn’t get rid of skin on tougher areas such as the knees and elbows as well as other scrubs are able to. But for those areas I use Flake Away which is slightly harsher in my opinion and therefore more suitable for such places.
- Amazing zingy lime scent
- Gently and effectively exfolliates
- Doesn’t dry skin out
- Gorgeous and secure packaging
- A little goes a long way
- Doesn’t exfolliate tougher areas such as knees and elbows as well as Flake Away
Sugar Crush is amazeballs. It smells divine, doesn’t dry my skin out, gets rid of dead skin cells gently and comes in a huge tub that is sure to last me ages. No doubt when I eventually finish it, I’ll be repurchasing. Although Sugar Crush is a brilliant product, for areas that need a deeper exfolliation, I will be using another Soap and Glory scrub, Flake Away, to tackle those areas.
Have you tried Sugar Crush? What do you think of it?